[06/14/10 - 09:08 PM] Development Update: Monday, June 14 Updates include: Gabrielle Union to star in Lifetime's "Army Wives" spin-off; A.J. Cook is dropped from "Criminal Minds"; and "Edgar Floats" gets an overhaul by ABC.
[05/24/10 - 06:39 PM] Development Update: Monday, May 24 Updates include: ABC asks for more "Edgar Floats" scripts; Ken Sanzel joins CBS's "Blue Bloods"; and Miles Millar and Alfred Gough take on ABC's "Charlie's Angeles" revival.
[03/26/10 - 12:08 AM] Development Update: Friday, March 26 Updates include: Jon Bernthal first to board AMC's "Walking Dead"; TBS pilots expand their casts; and Terry Kinney to cross "The Line" for CBS.
[03/11/10 - 12:14 AM] Development Update: Thursday, March 11 Updates include: Traylor Howard joins Dana Gould's comedy pilot at ABC; James Frain to play villain for NBC's "The Cape"; and The CW eyes more reality projects.
[03/09/10 - 12:05 AM] Development Update: Tuesday, March 9 Updates include: Kyle Bornheimer, Rob Morrow land second position pilots; Nick Nolte is in talks to play "The Old Man" on HBO's "Luck"; Tom Cavanagh books the title role on ABC's "Edgar Floats."
[03/04/10 - 12:08 AM] Development Update: Thursday, March 4 Updates include: Debra Messing is "Wright" for ABC; Blair Underwood to play "The Event's" president on NBC; and Scott Porter is one of The CW's "Nomads."
[02/19/10 - 12:19 AM] Development Update: Friday, February 19 Updates include: Roselyn Sanchez is "Cutthroat" for ABC; Maggie Q on track to play "Nikita" for The CW; and NBC's "The Strip" rounds out its cast.
STATUS: previously in development (2010-2011 season)
DEVELOPMENT STAGE: ordered to pilot
ADDITIONAL NOTES: plus six additional scripts
DESCRIPTION: (from ABC's press release, March 2010) Does every man need to get punched in the face at least once? After a lifetime of playing it safe, police psychologist Edgar Floats suddenly feels something's missing from his drab, grey, civil servant life. Overwhelmed from days of listening to troubled cops, he starts moonlighting for his ex-wife's bail bond company. Sandra, his tough-cookie ex, is less than thrilled with this arrangement, but technically it's her father Nicholas' company. Nicholas still has a soft spot for Edgar, so despite his daughter's objections and Edgar's complete lack of qualifications, he hires him. Edgar is an amazing psychologist, but with his Clark Kent glasses and soft-spoken manner, how will he fare on the mean streets of Los Angeles?? It turns out, even criminals love to talk and Edgar is the perfect listener. He gradually earns the respect of Sandra and her team but nothing beats a black eye to impress his 9-5 co-workers. What none of them know is that Edgar's seeing visions of a cop who killed himself a couple of months ago a cop who was one of his clients. They also don't know that he's giving money from his second job to the policeman's widow and five-year old son. All anyone knows is that for the first time in his life, Edgar Floats is taking a stand. Created by Life's Rand Ravich and Far Shariat, Edgar Floats is a unique, off-beat procedural that is as funny and touching as it is action-packed. Edgar's police clients and bail bond jobs will cross over as he continues to discover what it takes to be a real life hero.